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South Asia

The Quad's Next Chapter

Report by Karl Friedhoff

Advancing the group's pillars of prosperity and development will be at the very heart of competition with China in the coming decade.

leaders of Australia, the United States, Japan, and India pose for a photo
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US Foreign Policy

Iranians Consider China Even More Important Than Regional Allies

Public Opinion Survey by Coauthors

A new poll shows Iranians recognize the economic and security benefits of a closer relationship with China.

Public Opinion

Youth for Growth: Transforming Economies through Agriculture

Report by Felix Kwame Yeboah

The US and global community must promote youth-inclusive agricultural transformation, or they risk seeing strategic partners weakened by rapid population growth and threatened by the instability this generates.

A young woman from the Erbore tribe in Ethiopia carries grasses.
Food and Agriculture

Agricultural Innovation: The United States in a Changing Global Reality

Report by Coauthors

This report examines implications of increasingly influential roles of global business, agricultural research, and the limited national research capacity of developing countries.

A man stands in a field of grazing cattle on a cell phone. Food and Agriculture

2007 Chicago Council Survey: World Public Opinion

Public Opinion Survey by John E. Rielly

The 2007 Chicago Council Survey broke new ground in international public opinion research to gain understanding and discover commonalities in public opinion around the world.

Shadows cast from a crowd of people in front of an American flag.
Public Opinion